How useful that Jung took the larger cultural context into account. (And as I understand it, both feeling and thinking are considered rationalistic processes in the cognitive function model.)Jung stated that introverted irrational functions(Si,Ni) were the hardest to explain to others since it stand in glaring contrast to our current mode of operation that values logical and rationalistic processes.
Go Jung! This puts words to something very important IMO.From their lives, and not the least from what is just their greatest
fault, viz. their incommunicability, we may understand one of the greatest errors of our
civilization, that is, the superstitious belief in statement and presentation, the immoderate
overprizing of instruction by means of word and method.
Ni/Ni-Se perception does yield action: that is, if we allow it freedom to be what it is, it would show in how we how we move and act in our lives. Ni/Ni-Se perception doesn't yield F or T narrative: rationalistic explanations in words and related forms of communication - rationalistic narratives. By trying to assimilate ourselves into a cultural system requiring us (Ni-doms) to apply such narratives to our perception in order not to be [alone, crazy, wrong, etc etc etc, all the threats about what will happen if we don't assimilate], we can undermine and/or block how it actually works, and it seems to me that we often do it with the assumption that it's for our own good to do such a thing.